Different types of Jeans!

February 08, 2012 11:54
Different types of Jeans!

Boot cut, straight cut, skinny Jeans and Jegginings, we have heard and tried them all. But, there is more elaborated information about Jeans as such;

Straight leg jeans: This is the classic type of jeans, which represents a smart and safe investment as they are elegant and comfortable, and very versatile, ideal for every moment of the day. They work perfect for every woman. As jeans are not enough in order to create a special outfit, you need to figure out different possibilities to match them. Straight leg jeans make you feel great especially worn with a pair of high heels and a feminine blouse or a t-shirt with stripes.

What's more amazing to this type of jeans is their versatility that allows you to wear denim not only to casual outfits and on relaxing weekends, but also to more formal events that require a certain dress code, not to mention that they are amazing on a night out. For example, if you have to go to a dinner and you just don't know what to take, a pair of straight cut jeans with a shirt or a feminine blouse and a sweater can save your day.

if you are working in a more relaxed environment that doesn't require a specific dress code, straight cut jeans matched with a nice shirt or a basic t-shirt and a blazer can offer you a more laid back look, yet office appropriate. In this case, try to choose darker colors. For a more dressed-up look, go for leather boots or shoes, and belts.

Skinny jeans: Even though they became one of the most popular fashion trend, you should know that skinny jeans are not for everybody, and they are more appropriate for tall, thin girls. However, if they are properly paired, you can wear them even if you have larger buttocks or bigger hips. They are perfect if you want to look taller especially if you match them with stilettos or peep toe shoes. Yet, the most common way of wearing skinny jeans remains tucking them into high boots.  If you want an elegant look, wear your skinny jeans with a blazer and a frill blouse. In order to complete the elegant look, don’t forget to match everything with a pair of pumps, and add your favorite necklace.

For a retro look, a sailor style will help you draw all the attention. Wear a pair of skinny jeans, ankle length, with a basic, white t-shirt, a sailor striped blazer, and ballerina flats. Don’t forget to take the oversized sunglasses for a complete retro style.If you want to hide certain flaws, such as large buttocks, pair your skinny jeans with a loose sailor t-shirt and ballerina flats. On the other hand, if you want to camouflage wider hips, match skinny jeans, an oversized t-shirt or a long pullover, and necessarily high-heeled shoes in order to elongate your figure.

Boyfriend jeans: Boyfriend jeans have a more masculine cut and flatter almost any body shape. However, petite figures should stay away from them as they might make them look shorter. The ideal combination would be boyfriend jeans, feminine blouses and high-heeled shoes. They are the perfect choice for the weekends or for a shopping spree. Wear them with a loose t-shirt and a pair of ballerina flats and a comfortable handbag. If you are more into an effortless, non-conformist style, a pair of ripped boyfriend jeans, a loose sleeveless t-shirt and a pair of derby shoes is the right combination for you. Moreover, if you add a straw Panama hat, the look is complete.As we have seen, boyfriend jeans look amazing when feminized. Therefore, team them with a cropped jacket, a beautiful belt to emphasize the waist, and super high-heels. Also, you can get a feminine look, matching them with a basic t-shirt, blazer, nude pumps and a clutch.

You can mix femininity and laid back style by matching cuffed boyfriend jeans with a lace sleeveless blouse, a pair of flat sandals and a straw hat. For a navy look, team boyfriend jeans with a sailor t-shirt or a white one, a striped blazer, and a pair of ballerina flats.

Since you have got an idea of three most prevailing jeans, choose among best them suited to you!

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